Here is my monthly summary of weather, in reverse order! I keep a record in the 'pages' section. November has begun with rain.
Oct. 31 – cold, windy, big clouds
Why trick-or-treating was postponed in #Iqaluit. #NUstorm pic.twitter.com/JW7Kdue4m6— Jane Sponagle (@jsponagle) October 31, 2017
Oct. 30 – 83 mm overnight, massive rains!Videos roll in from Ottawa!
Batch 3: Rural and urban areas of the capital are getting soaked. Looks like the Strathcona Park playground is too. https://t.co/YafWHhX1tD pic.twitter.com/Nov8yPgHcX— Andrew Foote (@amkfoote) October 30, 2017
Batch 2 from Bank/Riverside and downed trees in Centretown. https://t.co/YafWHhX1tD pic.twitter.com/e1mTvEXbVc— Andrew Foote (@amkfoote) October 30, 2017
@YGKTraffic Rona Parking Lot on Princess Street, Kingston Ontario. pic.twitter.com/uQITWpMsuf— Paul O'Toole (@NikonD7200Paul) October 30, 2017
It is that kind of Monday in Ottawa #ottnews @ctvottawa pic.twitter.com/JmtDiMSJFw— Graham Richardson (@grahamctv) October 30, 2017
Between @HydroOne and @hydroottawa it's a mess of winds out there! pic.twitter.com/H6WJTNcjPo— Jennifer Jilks￼🇨🇦 (@jennjilks) October 30, 2017
Big winds this afternoon.
October weather from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
There is rain, heavy rain and snow in Ontario!
Oct. 29 – 79 mm overnight!
Oct. 28 – all night: 25.4mm
Weather is moving in. Could be worse, could be better!
Oct. 24 – 20 mm!
A lovely drive home, with ribbons of clouds.
Oct. 23 – something is coming! Tuesday (24th) there were power outages...
A horrid wind and thunder storm. Lots are still without power across the south and southeast of the province.
Meantime Ophelia is approaching the UK.#Update Power almost fully restored in Toronto after winds knocked down trees, power lines https://t.co/tH96jRaOtc pic.twitter.com/6S1r3nRKGT— TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) October 16, 2017
Oct. 15 – wind warnings across southern Ontario, 9mm last night
Oct. 11th – more rain!
Oct. 9th – Here comes former Hurricane Nate: 12.7mm
Oct 8 – We'll see what Hurricane Nate brings us!
Meantime, there was a storm surge after Nate blew through.
We are fighting Hurricane force winds funneling through parking garage with #stormsurge continuing to rise in Biloxi !! #HurricaneNate !! pic.twitter.com/woX5OQa4eK— Mike Theiss (@MikeTheiss) October 8, 2017
#StormSurge coming into lobby of Golden Nugget casino in Biloxi #HurricaneNate pic.twitter.com/sYeHT1aMzI— Mike Theiss (@MikeTheiss) October 8, 2017
Oct. 7: 3.8mm
Oct. 4 – warm enough, but spotty rain. 4.8mm
High is 24. I planted daffodil bulbs in the rain!
Oct. 1st – Pretty cold: about 2 C.
We were swimming on Wednesday, on the beach.